|Dec 19, 2011, 02:20 PM|
Aero Ace Wind Flyers
My 6 and 10 year old daughters got this for me for x-mas...yea a bit early, but they wanted me to fly it.
it is free flight, with a small brushed geared motor, running on what looks to be a 50-100 mah 1 cell nimh battery. AUW is 22.6 grams...I figured the stock motor, gear housing, charger brick and battery runs about 10-12 grams.
my plan is to gut it and put in micro gear and make it a 3-ch. My micro gear is roughly 12 grams, so with the airframe should be around 24 grams, it should fly fairly well.
Here's the maiden flight, flying it stock
Last edited by rcalldaylong; Dec 19, 2011 at 02:39 PM.
|Dec 19, 2011, 06:48 PM|
stupid me...I just notice the title
it should of been "Air Hogs, wind flyers"...not Aero Ace. Guess I was thinking of the awesome aero ace too much.
anyone know how to change the title?
|Dec 20, 2011, 07:27 PM|
as this is now no longer a RTF thread...more of a conversion thread, I am closing this thread and continuing over in the "indoor..." section.
if interested, you can follow here:
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